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  1. PREPARE TO JIZZ YOUR PANTS.... A new AC version "GO by train !!" will be announced. The scenery of the car window that is shown on the large screen of 3 screens, you can taste driver 's mood. Interlocking smartphone application also delivered this winter!!! ps....make sure you HD for ultimate experiences!
  2. Champion Edition is out now: It's £25 and includes all characters released as of 14th February 2020 as well as the majority* of the game's cosmetic DLC. This version launches alongside returning Street Fighter IV boss character Seth. Launch Trailer: *Excludes the "Fighting Chance" costumes which can only be won with Fight Money and the Capcom Pro Tour DLC packs (four stages and a dozen costumes). ................... Original post: Street Fighter V! Exclusive to PS4 and PC with cross-platform play using Capcom Fighters Netwo
  3. Evening all. I am one third of a British podcast project (along with Paul Drury of Retro Gamer, and collector Richard May) that interviews the unsung heroes of the Golden Age of video arcade gaming. I thought I'd share the latest episode of The Ted Dabney Experience Podcast, as I think the subject of this month's show in particular would be of interest here from a UK perspective. We interview Andy Walker, one of the very few Brits to have developed coin-op videogames for the American market during the Golden Age. The Pit is something of a niche title, relea
  4. Technoan just uploaded a review of the Pandora 5S arcade stick: It's a tempting prospect. Has anyone had experience with these? It's not an Raspberry Pi-based stick, looks pretty solid. And it can be used as a standard USB arcade stick.
  5. With a lot of chat going in the Retroarch thread i thought it was maybe time that this got it's own thread. Basically CoinOPS FW is a front end all in one emulator for just about any system emulated and is currently Windows only. You can see some of the stuff at the youtube channel here:- https://www.youtube.com/user/BS1ukNinja/videos I openly admit i am personally yet to get the thing working on my own PC but people on the forum speak very highly of it, and i can't wait to experience it myself.
  6. Darren Doyle and Greyfox Books are funding their latest release on Kickstarter. After the excellent Atari 8-bit book, the new title is a personal look back at classic arcade games, with chapters based on particular genres and lots of great visuals. Having helped proofread the book it's shaping up to be another worthy addition to your retro bookshelves. Link
  7. Not quite as crazy as the micro GG but still a surprise. https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/7/21315726/sega-astro-city-mini-arcade-cabinet-retro-price-japan
  8. Another port discovered over at http://www.indieretronews.com/2019/03/scramble-wicked-retro-shoot-em-up-gets.html#more An almost arcade perfect port to the CPC which puts a lot of the versions and clones I used to play on the C64 to shame.
  9. This is fascinating. https://retrobitch.wordpress.com/2019/02/12/pac-man-the-untold-story-of-how-we-really-played-the-game/ What causes this distinctive wear on the left hand side of old Pac-Man cabinets? Check the full artice out for answers and photos of old arcades.
  10. For anyone interested in seeing the lineup there's a full list here https://snk40th.com/ Picked this up on a whim as I love these sorts of collections, there's always a chance of finding an undiscovered gem. And....well it's interesting so far. I've played a few of the arcade games in this collection and their NES counterparts. The main draw for me was Ikari Warriors since I'd heard they'd solved the issue with the lack of a rotary stick (they've essentially made it a twin stick setup with shooting and grenades being on the triggers.) Great fun, if a little too difficul
  11. News from the always excellent http://www.indieretronews.com/2018/10/popeye-arcade-2018-gabriele-amores.html#more But now with the end of the year fast approaching there's another game that's been announced, but this time it's the turn of the ZX Spectrum with Gabriele Amore's arcade conversion of ' Popeye Arcade 2018 '; a new game which is hoping to win a prize during the ZX-DEV MIA Remakes competition. It's in with a chance, cast your eyes on this lovely port! I'm a big fan of the game having played it on the C64, 2600 and Amiga. Can't wait to try this.
  12. Check out this https://arcadeblogger.com/2017/01/20/centuri-aztarac-finding-the-holy-arcade-grail/ and then https://arcadeblogger.com/2017/12/08/tim-strykers-aztarac-the-final-chapter/ And here's the machine restored
  13. Other games too, including what looks like a VR Prop Cycle http://vrzone-pic.com/en/
  14. So, after a long period of just thinking about building one, I finally got the ball rolling and bought a 40" (101.6 cm) LED for the playing field. It's a cheap one, and the viewing angle on it isn't the greatest (right now it's laying slanted on a small coffee table at about a 14 degree angle, and if I just sit in front of it I do notice the far side of the screen fades a bit). I've drawn a crude sketch of the main cabinet, after measuring and double checking and triple checking I think it'll end up 23.75" (60 cm) wide and 41.7" (106 cm) long. The back box will stick out another 2"
  15. A fascinating article by Ed Fries (formerly of Microsoft's VP of Xbox game publishing): https://edfries.wordpress.com/2017/03/22/chasing-the-first-arcade-easter-egg/ The rest of the article is about his attempts to get it working first on MAME, then on a real arcade machine. It's quite a detective story!
  16. More news from http://www.indieretronews.com/2016/12/frogger-arcade-for-c64-hokuto-force.html#more This time they've found an arcade perfect (well as close as you can get) port of Frogger in the C64. It even keeps the vertical aspect ration. Download that the link above, if you're stuck on how to add more credits it's 5 or 6 on the keyboard.
  17. Hi everyone - I'm hoping to garner some opinions on a retro gaming idea, if you would be able to help... I've got a business opportunity focused on gaming (arcade & consoles only at the moment) and one idea I've had to make it a bit more interesting to current and potential gamers is to provide a service a bit like Graze, Pact Coffee, Abel & Cole, etc. The idea is that you can go online, select which consoles you own and subscribe to a service that posts you a different game every month. You can play it and then send it back or you can keep it for an extra fee.
  18. SSX > 1080 > Snowboard Kids, fuck the rest!
  19. The Retro Games Night is back! This time with more games, consoles, bartops, competitions and more! Come and join us in the gig room at the Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds for more Retro Gaming Fun. We have approx 25 of the best retro games to play, bartop arcades including the Dreamcast Cabinet, there will be four tournaments to enter (Street Fighter 2, Street Fighter V, Super Smash Bros and Pokken Tournament) Also we will have a couple of sellers or games, and merchandise. The big screen will be up for some Street Fighter action and the beer will be
  20. After the success of the last SUPER Retro Games Fair we are going coming back! This is the biggest video game sales event in West Yorkshire with over 100 tables and 50 sellers with 1000's of retro games, consoles, computers, artwork, imports, accessories, toys, modified consoles and much much more all for sale No need to get up early for the car boot or wait for the postman from ebay! Here you can see the condition in person before you buy! Whether you are a big collector or just getting into old gaming there will be plenty of common titles and rarities on offer on all
  21. We talk to Walter Day, the founder of Twin Galaxies, inventor of E-Sports and a Renaissance man who held the centre of the video game universe in the palm of his hand. http://traffic.libsyn.com/retroasylum/Episode_143_-_Walter_Day.mp3
  22. Can't seem to find a thread on this, after an IndieGoGo campaign the MEGAbytes Arcade/RetroGaming cafe in Glasgow opened last Saturday. I didn't make it along but it was really busy, queued out the door, great for a launch day. Went along last night for a nosy and really enjoyed it, they have the following arcade machines: Judge Dredd PinballOperation Wolf 3House of the DeadStar Wars Pod RacerA Multi Cab Game, played Donkey Kong on ItStreet Fighter 2And a currently broken Naomi cabinet After playing most of the machines, a friend and I went on to the console selection, played on the Mega D
  23. https://archive.org/details/internetarcade The Internet Archive have launched The Internet Arcade, a collection of 900 arcade games from the 70s, 80s and 90s, most of which appear to be playable in your browser. Not had a chance to have a go yet - let us know how this is.
  24. Just a video I spotted on YouTube some great cabs in this Any more you can think of? Here's my submission the Macross cab in the Eastenders Cafe
  25. Going along to this tonight as it's very close to me, anyone else been or going? (note: I am not affiliated with this in any way, just posting as it seems to be getting little attention)
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